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post #12 of (permalink) Old 12-24-2017, 11:02 PM
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I have usually read of weak springs but yours almost sounds like the ball was caught on something or was blocked from closing if tapping it helped.

I am not a transmission expert by any means but I can't think of a good reason to delete the Bypass.
They serve an important function and they work 99% of the time and if they should fail then it costs under $20 to replace them and they are good for another 10+ years.

I do have an inline filter, a Magnefine and then there is also Raybestos from NAPA. I don't think they cause harm as long as they are changed out by 15,000-miles. Or did you purchase a more expensive external filter?

I have a 26-row 6.0 cooler (Ford brand) and according to my ScanGuage-2, it has brought my TFT down by about 20*F. I have never read anyone who thinks that mod was a bad decision or a waste of money.

Merry Christmas...hope you make it home without over-heating.


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2002 F-250 4x4 CC SB 7.3 PSD w/4R100. 182,000 miles.
NOS Black CPS. ScanGauge-II, AIC, Bilstein 5100, Stancor GPR, Marinco Mod, B&W Turnover Ball, Michelin Defender LTX


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2002 F-250 4x4 SC LB 7.3 PSD w/ZF-6. 177,000 miles.
NOS Black CPS. ScanGauge-II. Bilstein 5100. Stancor GPR. Walker BTM. Noco Mod. Michelin Defender LTX 285/75/16.

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